I can that Huel contains gluten. Although in recent tests it was at 17 ppm which classifies it as gluten free according to the law - https://www.food.gov.uk/business-industry/allergy-guide/gluten
We can’t call Huel gluten free because we don’t test every batch of oats, and the amount of gluten can vary from field to field. An official gluten free version of Huel is due soon, which uses gluten free oats.
In terms of the warning on the current label - “This product is produced in an environment that produces milk, egg, wheat, peanuts and nuts.” This was added when we first launched and it was us being over cautious and using a standard warning message.
Pre-end of Feb (I’m just waiting for batch numbers): Huel was made in a facility that handled milk, egg and a peanut flavour (we are still checking if there are actually any peanuts in the peanut flavouring). They did not handle wheat or nuts. Huel blended in it’s own blender so the chance of cross contamination was very slim. Just to be clear there is no milk, eggs, or peanuts added to the Huel.
March 2016 - Huel is now in it’s own dedicated facility, which does not currently handle any milk, egg, wheat, peanuts and nuts. So the warning has been removed from the new pouches.